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Old 02-05-2018, 1:37 PM
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Hi All.

Could anyone please respond to my very last post from yesterday?

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It's hard to tell which ones would be suitable since they don't list the material mix on those listings. If it was me I would just hook up the rsp2 and get everything running with a standard cable then evaluate your environment for interference. You might end up not having much at all.
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Just so you know, Ive had my RSP 2 Pro for just over a year now.

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Hi.

What size of Ferrite chokes fit the USB 2.0 cable thats needed to connect the RSP2 Pro to a computer?

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Going by what is laying on my bench right now a usb 2.0 cable is 4.5 - 5mm in diameter and the usb 3.0 is 6mm. I would get one with an advertised size of 5mm.
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Hi.

Thanks for the info. Is there a particular brand that is best?

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Look for TDK, though most famous brands are faked on ebay. Buy from Mouser, Farnell, CPC or RS Components and it wont matter which brand you get as long as the material is correct.
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